On April 28th (last Thursday) we celebrated 4 years of marriage. It was a really low-key “celebration”, since we aren’t settled into our new apartment and Klane has been working till midnight or later most evenings. In fact, things have been so hectic that we both kind of forgot about our anniversary until the day was already here! It was okay though, we counted the new apartment as our gift to each other and called it good.
Klane was sweet and brought me flowers at work, something that was totally unexpected and fun to receive. They smelled fantastic and brightened my day.
After work we planned to go out to dinner, so I wandered around taking pictures while I waited for Klane to get off work. The tulips are out and it is beautiful. The weather was so perfect last week.
After I took this I dropped my lens cap down a sewer. I might have said a bad word. Then a homeless man came up and offered to reach down and get it out for me, an impossible feat considering it was 6 feet under a grate with 1-inch slots. I laughed and said no thanks and decided to head to Klane’s office. Lens caps aren’t expensive, are they?
I’ve always loved this building:
Madison Avenue at dusk:
When Klane got off we enjoyed a nice evening strolling around deciding where to go for dinner. We decided on Recipe on the UWS but when we were given a 45 minute wait at 8:40, we switched to plan B. Klane has had his eye on the lobster rolls from Luke’s for a while now, and there just happened to be a location one block down. It was a low-key but delicious dinner and it was nice to be together.
This was the only photo of the two of us! Hopefully we will make reservations for a more official anniversary dinner and we will get all dressed up and take glamorous photos of the two of us being madly in love. Don’t hold your breath or anything. But it might happen. ;)
Our anniversary this year wasn’t anything elaborate, but I really did have such a nice time walking around in the warm evening air, hand in hand with my man. Being married to him has been awesome. Four years down, a bazillion more to go! How lucky am I?